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Post by jscot111 Sun Nov 08, 2020 10:02 am

Hi, does anyone have a recommendation for a shooter friendly eye doctor in the metro detroit area. I,m ready for a new prescription.
Thanks, Scott Duthie

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Post by Steve in MI Sun Nov 08, 2020 9:57 pm

St Louis Eyecare
4486 W Walton Blvd
Watterford MI 48329

245-673-7601

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Post by james r chapman Sun Nov 08, 2020 10:03 pm

Steve in MI wrote:St Louis Eyecare
4486 W Walton Blvd
Watterford MI 48329

245-673-7601
2nd that.
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Post by TonyH Mon Nov 09, 2020 6:54 am

Advanced Eye Care of Michigan
Talk with Dr. Todd Staniszewski.....they set me up with the last appointment of the day. I actually took my guns in, and he worked with me to set up my specific prescription for this sport. I have heard good things about St. Louis Eyecare as well, though have no personal experience.
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Post by REConley Mon Nov 09, 2020 9:06 am

I have found that the conversation goes quite well by just asking for glasses for your computer usage. Setting here tying when I pickup my 6 1/2 inch 41 and aim at the screen the barrel is within an inch. I just ask about computer glasses and hold my arm out and say the screen is about 6 -7 inches past my knuckles. The lenses are reading on the bottom and computer on top. Reading is good for those little adjustment we make to sights. Sights are sharper than they have been in years and the target is fuzzy. Easy conversation without gun talk.
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Post by CrankyThunder Mon Nov 09, 2020 11:08 am

Hey Jscott111:

Get yourself down to the local Rite Aid Pharmacy.  

Most of them have a Foster Grant Reading glasses display and they should have a selection of Foster Grant Tri view multi focal length reading glasses for about $35.00.  The 2.5 power works perfect for me and almost reduces dot flair on my bullseye pistol.  

Every once in a while they will have a sale where you buy one pair, then get two more pair free so you will get three pair of glasses for about 35 bucks.  I have been using the same pair for about two years and have been satisfied, such that I am thinking about getting a replacement pair.  

Regards, 
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Post by jscot111 Wed Nov 11, 2020 9:58 am

Thanks everyone for the suggestions. For iron sights I have the Knobloch glasses with a + added to my distance prescription, they work well and maybe I,m .25 off and would like to fine tune it. I,m trying to see if the astigmatism portion of the script can be improved to give me a rounder dot on my glasses I use for my indoor league.

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